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    Friday
    Nov302012

    Weaving Doodles iv

     

    5x8" sketch moleskine, hi-tec-c pen

    Cannot.Stop.Drawing.Lines.

    I've been drawing these doodled weaves for days. While waiting for the kids at carpool, sometimes in the evening while listening to an audio book after the kiddos are asleep. It's my latest obsession. Much more detailed than the core lines of the Weave Doodles but I don't think that I'll add patterns to these because some of the lines are so tiny. Maybe I will add color. Right now, I'll just keep drawing lines.

    My art for DAYS 27 + 28 of Art Every Day Month

    November is Art Every Day Month (AEDM) facilitated by Leah of Creative Every Day.

    Update...

    My favorite art materials are now categorized into lists! So far there's fav pens/pencils,fav materials for art journalingfav paper/journals. And here's a summary of posts on art materials.

    The daily paper prompts {click for links to all of the prompts} are a lovely diversion to jump-start your creativity. These are simple prompts that you can start any time, work any day you wish. Just go in order, that's the only rule! We have a bunch of guest hostesses, including Lauren, Rhomany, Natasha, Marit, Hanna, Diane, Less & Katie. If you are just getting started and want to add creativity to your days, start with DPP #1: Rainbow and work through them one by one.

    My pretty art journal prompt cards provide an array of possibilities to kick-start your art journal pages. Play BINGO to form 100 different 5-phrase prompts. There are 67 unique prompt cards and you can see a few in action at I am Rushmore. The cards are available in sets of 5, 15 and 52. The quality is fabulous and the color is lush. The cards are printed by MOO on uncoated, smooth, heavy, white recycled paper, standard business card size at {84 x 55 mm / 3.3 x 2.2 in}. 

    Reader Comments (2)

    Wow, Tammy....I love these lines. Your pages are impressive.

    12.2.2012 | Unregistered CommenterAndria

    How did I miss this post?
    I spent all of last week working on my weave and what pens I wanted to begin experimenting with.

    12.3.2012 | Unregistered CommenterKim

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